Georgian First Representative Prime Minister, Minister of Economy and Supportable Improvement Levan Davitashvili let correspondents know that the Georgian government is dealing with an undertaking along with Romanian partners to lay the Dark Ocean undersea link, Azernews reports.

“The acknowledgment of the undertaking of laying the Dark Ocean submarine link to supply power to Europe, alongside different issues, will be talked about at the gathering of the Georgia-EU Affiliation Committee in Brussels. Interface Georgia and Romania will be another option, and dependable channel to speed up the development of a computerized center point in Georgia,” he said.

The Appointee PM noticed that the specialized achievability of the undertaking has not entirely settled and affirmed.

“We are as of now discussing specialized subtleties of execution, including raising support, etc,” Davitashvili said.

The settlement on laying the link, through which power from Azerbaijan and Georgia will go to Europe, was endorsed in December 2022. The report was endorsed between the state run administrations of Georgia, Azerbaijan, Romania, and Hungary.

The undertaking plans to reinforce energy security in Europe and the South Caucasus, as well as to foster the sustainable power area and increment travel potential open doors.

The EU plans to contribute 2.3 bln Euros to execute the undertaking. The World Bank has vowed to dispense an extra 75 million bucks to Georgia for a point by point investigation of the Dark Ocean bed.

On the off chance that the task is understood, a 1,195 km link with a limit of 1,000 megawatts (1,100 km of submarine and 95 km of land link) will interface Georgia with the Eastern Balkans.

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